Error updating public folder busy exchange 2016
If you can’t, there is one more thing you can check. If you migrated users from an Exchange 2003 server, chances might be good that you did not migrate over the Free/Busy public folder information correctly. Since Exchange 2007 took some getting used to, I thought I would share with you some of the stuff I discovered along the way.One problem we had was that after doing our setup, users could not access Free/Busy information from Outlook 2007.
But still could not remove the Public Folder databases on some of the Exchange 2007 servers.If they logged into OWA (Outlook Web Access) they could see it fine.For this type of issue there are two things you can check. If your Outlook 2007 users cannot view Free/Busy information, try the following on your Microsoft Exchange 2007 server: Now close out of Outlook on your client workstation, and run Outlook /cleanfreebusy.He works as an Cloud & Infrastructure Architect and Consulent, with primary focus on Exchange, Office 365, Azure and Skype for Business.
When the Directory Server (LDAP) information is configured correctly in the account settings, the functionality is enabled for directory lookups, but Outlook will repeatedly display an error code 17768.The best practices for removing a Public Folder database is: 1. See my previous post about Public Folder replica management. Associate mailbox databases with another public folder database. Remove the PF database and delete the database files manually.This error you might see in step 3, when trying to remove the Public Folder database is: ——————————————————– Microsoft Exchange Error ——————————————————– The public folder database ‘Public Folder Database’ cannot be deleted.Server-side rules cannot be created The only server-side rules that Outlook for Mac currently supports is Out of Office.